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The Counterfeit Bride (Boundless Billionaires Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Greek tycoon Theron Christofides is gods gift to women yet he's marrying a woman he does even like let alone love in order to save jobs.
The woman in question is supposed to be Cassiopeia Dolmides the daughter of Costas Dolmides and his mistress Kelley Flynn. The marriage and subsequent heir is the deal Costas has forced on Theron but just as the wedding is taking place a woman storms in claiming to be the the real Cassiopeia.
Who is the real Cassiopeia and what on earth is going on?
It's difficult to describe my feelings on this book there's a lot here, maybe too much but it just didn't really come together that well for me and I found myself skimming through it.
I liked Cassidy as a character, she's strong and independent especially when you discover the life she's led and the pain she's suffered. Theron as well was likeable enough and towards the end I found I grown quite attracted to him.
What didn't I like?
Firstly it was very repetitive I got a little fed up of being told repeatedly that Theron didn't want to marry 'Cassiopeia' and again how attracted he was to Cassidy. I assumed this was filler to drag the story out but it turned out there was plenty of story maybe even too much story.
I know what you're probably thinking Is it possible to have too much story?
It is when parts seemed rushed and skimmed over.
There was an interesting book here but the balance felt off for me it needed tightening up, a little less repetition and some parts expanded.
Although judging by the reviews I'd say this is a case of its me not the book.
Also all through the book we are being told or shown of her fear of heights... she coudln't even go to a second floor and yet she was jumping on and off of planes without any fear being mentioned, which I found confusing
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